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Because its the door that is always unlocking and locking, the tumblers inside the lock wear. try replacing lock or spray inside it with wd40 or similar. good luck
Posted on Feb 17, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like the reverse clutch is shot, pull the pan and look for allot of grey material in the pan, some is normal but a big pile is trouble, if it is not to bad change the fluid and filter and use the new DEXRON 6 fluid, it is compatable with all GM automatics, keep your fingers crossed and it should give you a little while longer before u need an overhaul..
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
SOURCE: 1988 Chevy Suburban transmission
bad design flaw with the transmission kick down cable make sure you are in OD first but if you are then this cable is adjustable it is next to the throttle cable and tells the trans when to downshift only adjust very little increments as this can easily blow your tanni as you may already know this feeling
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
SOURCE: Driver side window
If you look at the fuse panel there are two silver 30 amp fuses on the right side or there should be. they are in the blocks marked POWER with the arrows pointing to the right. One is for the windows the other is for the power door locks. Not sure which is which try both hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
be 1988 and Im sure it has high miles, sound like worn transmission, transmission flush and replace it with new fluid might help some. get use tranny from a junk yard better and cost lot less than rebuilt. being GM mechanic for many years i see transmission on a truck with 100k tend to have leaks or need rebuilding. again i see some have better luck but rear.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
You wll need to first undo the heater hoses at the firewall to the core, then under the dah you will need to dismantle the heater box, the core is located inside this box, assembly is the reversal, heater core is about $40. time consuming and hard on the back but not hard. Remember we are here to give as much help as we can without seeing the car so, I hope this helps somewhat, good luck.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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